Expect RTA delays Monday after retention wall collapse

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CLEVELAND — An RTA spokesperson said to expect delays after a retention wall collapsed sending debris onto the tracks.

It happened Sunday around 4:30 p.m. at the Buckeye-Woodhill Rapid Station, located at 9528 Buckeye Road.

No one was hurt.

On Monday, the Blue line was using trains from Van Aken to Shaker Square, then shuttles to Tower City.

The entire green line was using shuttles.

The damage was between Tower City and Shaker Square.

The collapse was the result of heavy water flowing down Buckeye during the heavy storms.

For updates on when the lines will reopen, click here.

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